Anyone attempting to split China will be crushed and any external force backing such attempts will be deemed by Chinese people as pipe-dreaming, President Xi Jinping said on Sun in talks with Nepali PM K.P. Sharma Oli, who voiced support for China. (file pic)
Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit opens new chapter for Nepal-China friendship: Nepali scholar "Nepal's future is bright if the Nepalese people stand together and work for their prosperity by taking advantage of China's mammoth economic development."
No matter which Nepali party is in power, China and Nepal will maintain stable and friendly relations, Chinese President Xi Jinping said when meeting with President of the Nepali Congress Party Sher Bahadur Deuba. Read more: #Xiplomacy
Chinese President Xi Jinping said that the Chinese side stands ready to enhance communication and cooperation with the Nepali legislatures and jointly consolidate the friendship between the two countries. Read more: #Xiplomacy
Chinese President Xi Jinping and NepaliPresident Bidhya Devi Bhandari agreed on Sat to upgrade #China- #Nepal relations to a strategic partnership of cooperation featuring ever-lasting friendship for development and prosperity
"The policies of the Chinese government are favorable, which encourages us to do business here," said a Nepali merchant in Lhasa, Tibet. His handmade high-quality statues by Nepali artisans enjoyed broad popularity among the locals
Chinese President#XiJinping said on Sat that the Chinese side stands ready to enhance communication and cooperation with the Nepali legislatures and jointly consolidate the friendship between the two countries.
The hundreds of climbers who tackle Mount Everest are leaving behind a reminder that they were there: garbage. At the end of this year’s climbing season, Nepali authorities found and removed 10 tons of garbage:
Nepali climbers set out to clean up Mount Everest, retrieving four bodies and 11 tons of old trash. Climbers say they found human feces, oxygen tanks, torn tents, ropes, broken ladders, cans and plastic wrappers on the mountain.